Cardi B Makes History
Cardi B made history with her debut album, Invasion of Privacy. She marked the Women’s History Month. This album became the first album to have all of its songs certified Platinum or higher by the RIAA.
Invasion of Privacy became an album that sold more than 3 million copies.
Cardi retweeted her report celebrating Chart Data’s success. “AMAZING ….can’t wait for my second album♥️”. She also didn’t forget to thank her fans.
This album of the Bronx native rapper peaked at the top of the Billboard chart on its debut. This album also became the first female rap album to win the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album. It also became the most streamed female rap album in Spotify history. Bodak Yellow, the lead single on this album, became the first female rap song to receive a Diamond certification (10 million copies).
AMAZING ….can’t wait for my second album♥️ Thanks for all the love & support https://t.co/TsRsIRwYOm
— Cardi B (@iamcardib) March 24, 2022
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Cardi shared her cover image on Instagram. She also confirmed that she has concerns about the song’s release. The New York rapper is trying something new, but he also said he fell in love with the sound.
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“Ommmmmggg I’m soooo excited and nervous!!!” she wrote in the caption. “I have never sounded the way I do on this record but I love it ! Hope you guys love it too ♥️♥️♥️♥️FRIDAY!!! No love (extended).”
Cardi later took to Twitter to add a few details about her feature. “If you’re going through a break up, but you still low key want the dick you going to relate to this verse,” she wrote. The “Up” hitmaker also shared her pride in challenging herself artistically. “I’m so proud of myself I stepped out my element,” she added.